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Cuivre River Trail Loop

MITTELSCHWER 73 Bewertungen
#1 von 14 Wegen in

Cuivre River Trail Loop ist ein 6.1 Meilen langer, moderat besuchter Rundweg in der Nähe von Troy, Missouri. Er führt entlang eines Sees, entlang eines Flusses und es gibt schöne Wildblumen und oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als moderat einzustufen. Es gibt verschiedene Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten. Die Route ist das ganze Jahr über zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 6.1 miles Höhenunterschied: 669 feet Routentyp: Rundweg

angeleinte Hunde

Rucksacktour

Camping

Wandern

Reiten

Naturausflüge

Vogelbeobachtung

Höhle

See

Fluss

Wildblumen

Wildtiere

Sturmholz

schlammig

überwachsen

steinig

ausgewaschen

abseits des Weges

Clear water spring, bluff views. The trail head for Big Sugar Creek Trail is located on the west side of the park road, midway between Camp Derricotte and Camp Sherwood Forest. The trail traverses much of the Big Sugar Creek Wild Area, including Sugar Bluff, a bottomland forest along Big Sugar Creek. The trail also passes through steep fern- and moss-covered hollows dissecting the watershed. The trail is open to hikers throughout, and to equestrians on the southern half. Overnight camping on the trail is permitted in designated spots for groups of seven or more, whereas smaller groups may camp anywhere at least 100 yards off the trail.

wandern
eisig
schlammig
13 days ago

Great trail. Today just a little cold and muddy/icy. Had my son with me and he really wanted to fish, so we did. Nice time with him!

reiten
schlammig
23 days ago

Trail 2 lots of mud and abundance of deer. Beautiful day!

wandern
24 days ago

The north portion of this trail is blazed in blue (it is the same other as part of the Big Sugar Creek Trail). The south portion is blazed in orange. The entire trail is marked well.

wandern
3 months ago

Nice, easy trail. Several easy, pleasant trails in this state park.

wandern
4 months ago

Maci and I did the North Loop (4 mi.) today. I know it’s early September so it’s my own fault, but....GNATS. OMG THE GNATS!! Relentlessly distracted me from enjoying the hike. We picked up the pace a little after the halfway point!! The trail was in good shape, a bit narrow (overgrown) in places but not bad at all. Trail is pretty rocky at times, so watch out for your doggo’s paws! We will have to hit this one again a bit further into the Fall. Didn’t even check out the campgrounds today which we normally do. Just wanted to be done!! Will hike again.

wandern
käfer
überwachsen
6 months ago

I only made it through the Big Sugar Creek section today. Had to take the connector back. The bugs were just too damn much. The trail was fairly overgrown, too. I'll check it out again in fall, after the first frost.

rucksacktour
käfer
7 months ago

The trail on here is actually a combination of Cuivre River Trail and Big Sugar Creek Trail. Go right at the first intersection, then left at the second. I hate using my phone while on trail, but we had to rely on it to do this specific trail listed. Honestly, I’d stay away right now. We backpacked it, and the swarms of gnats were so bad we literally packed from trailhead to campsite (where we quickly built a fire in the heat to smoke out bugs), then campsite to spring (only because we were desperate for water) to trailhead. Any time we would try to pause to catch our breath, the gnats got unbearable. I’m pregnant and needed to stop, but just couldn’t. Now my face is swollen and my right eye can hardly open because of the gnat bites. I’m not one to complain this much, but the gnats were unbearable. Campsite #3 has no access to water and was hard to find coming from the Big Sugar Creek Trail. I finally followed a hunch, and went on what looked like a social trail that had “no hiker/no horses” sign on it. There wasn’t a “no backpacker” and it led to the well-established campsite. Coming from the other direction, there was a sign with the number 20 on it. I spent most of the night awake, convinced the campsite was haunted, and at 2:45 AM, I heard a baby crying nearby. As we packed out, we walked by a cemetery that wasn’t on the main trail. Spooky to say the least! In sum, stay away right now because of the bugs. We also pulled about 50 ticks off of us between my wife and I over two days. Water is scarce at campsites, but closer to the beginning of the loop is Big Sugar Creek and the end there is a beautiful spring. If it weren’t for the gnats, we would have been able to enjoy it. It was a fairly easy trail for backpacking with minimal elevation changes, just make sure you pack an abundance of water if you plan to stop at campsite #3.

käfer
schlammig
überwachsen
7 months ago

Check out Big Crazy Outdoor Adventures or bcoa.tv on YouTube I’ll be posting this and other trails. On this trail there were lots of gnats. It had just rained the night before which I’m sure added to the bug activity. Lots of water and mud. The overlook would be an even better during the winter. I’ll be headed back for that. My favorite trail is Big Sugar Creek Trail with the view of Big Sugar Creek on top of a big rock cliff.

rucksacktour
8 months ago

Combined North Loop with Big Sugar Creek trail for a quick overnight trip. Using AllTrails saved us several times - intersecting trails made it a little confusing. We had plenty of tick repellant on. Nice trail and nice campsites.

wandern
käfer
abseits des Weges
steinig
überwachsen
9 months ago

nice variety of terrain peppered with numerous tributaries from small creeks to riverbeds. several interwoven trails coupled with overgrowth making it tricky to navigate at times without a map. ticks emerging due to warmer temps.

wandern
abseits des Weges
schlammig
steinig
9 months ago

Tue Oct 30 2018

best during cooler season,less bugs

Tue Aug 28 2018

I enjoyed the hike, but ended up with poison ivy, 100’s of chiggers, ands tick borne illness. Would never hike this area ever again.

wandern
Mon Jul 30 2018

Just hiking through trees. Nothing special. The trail was a bit overgrown

wandern
Mon May 28 2018

My wife and i hiked this trail and has lunch at the backpacking campsite. we accidentally hiked it backwards. but this trail is absolutely gorgeous. one of the most beautiful trails I've ever been on. it feels like you're in a fantasy book somewhere! absolutely amazing creek bed and tall canopy trees with ferns and small undergrowth.. only con: the ticks are outrageous. 30+ in just a few hour hike.

wandern
Thu Apr 26 2018

Nice trail that's easy to follow. Gets a little confusing right before connector 5 so pay attention to the trail markers!

wandern
Sun Apr 22 2018

Lot of trees down but very nice hike.

Mon Apr 16 2018

this hike is not 6.6 miles more like 4 miles.

wandern
Sat Dec 02 2017

It was awesome until we came to a section where 3 trails met up. We followed the orange blaze because that’s what the map on here was showing but then the blazes disappeared. From there we ended up at a point with several different trails all unmarked and tried to use our best guess as to which one was the actual trail. It didn’t work and we ended up backtracking and then finally bushwhacking back to the road and taking that to the trailhead. Additionally, the trail needed some maintenance in terms of large trees across trails.

wandern
Sat Jul 08 2017

This trail was much longer than the sign says. It was nearly 6 miles. A lot of steep inclines Great workout!

Sun Apr 09 2017

awesome

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